Global warming should not exceed 1.5°C

Finland should work for preventing global warming from exceeding 1.5°C in accordance with the recommendations of the IPCC. Our goal is a CO2-neutral Finland by 2035. Effective limitation of global warming requires ambitious emissions targets and international cooperation. Clear, deliverable targets are also needed nationally and locally, as well as in all sectors in society.

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Everyone has the right to a safe everyday life

In our Finland, no one should fall behind and no one should need to live in fear. We want to see society develop sustainably, without the most vulnerable being forgotten. We must end the binary stratification of society. We want to hinder and prevent exclusion. Our social security needs to be reformed. Social security should

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Growing old must be made safe

We want to see a senior-friendly society where all seniors can feel safe. When you grow old you should be able to live safely in your own home for as long as you want to. But when you can no longer live at home, there should be a safe new place for you to live.

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Making Finland the world’s most child-friendly country

We want to offer all children an equal, good start in life. All children must have the right to high-quality early childhood education, regardless of their family background. It should also be easier for parents to combine family and working life flexibly. We want to reduce child poverty, which is on the increase. We want

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Cities create opportunities

Urbanization is a global megatrend which can yield many advantages, not least economic and for the climate. The development of cities, particularly concerning the economy, growth and employment, is decisive for the success of Finland as a whole. The SFP cares about all cities in Finland, regardless of size. Cities exist for people. We want

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